Rod Sholty, MS III, RN, EMS-RN, NREMT-P

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Rod Sholty, MS III, RN, EMS-RN, NREMT-P, is a third-year medical student at Caribbean Medical University. Formerly, a Navy Corpsman assigned to the U.S. Marine Corps, he has worked as an EMS-RN in Las Vegas and has more than 15 years as a paramedic both in flight and ground-based operations in California and Nevada.

 

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